Engineering Computer Science Career Team

The Baylor University Career Center – Engineering and Computer Science Team is here to partner with you on your career journey! We echo Baylor University’s mission to educate students for worldwide leadership and service by integrating academic excellence and Christian commitment in a caring community and compliment it with our mission to ensure each student has the opportunity and support to achieve their career potential. 

We strive to provide skills, training and coaching that will establish a foundation for life long career growth and development. Through these efforts we seek to produce leaders with recognized integrity, superior theoretical knowledge and practical skills of modern global business developed through an experiential learning environment. 

The following services are available to all ECS students:

  • Career Coaching Appointments
  • Career Strategy
  • Résumé Writing and Review
  • Communications (Cover Letters and Emails)
  • Interview Preparation
  • Personal Branding and Networking
  • Job Negotiation

Career Courses

We offer a Professional Development course specifically geared towards our ECS majors (PRD 2101) as an elective. Students will explore career passion and calling, personal strengths and weaknesses, as they focus on the industry, company, and position they want to attain. Priority is placed on securing a meaningful internship experience and positioning each student for the best possible full-time employment opportunity. This course assists in refining leadership, communication, and employable attributes and skills. Topics covered include the following:

  • Job Market Trends and Industry Analysis
  • Career Discovery 
  • How to Develop Emotional Intelligence 
  • Networking assistance
  • Developing a Personal Brand
  • Alumni Career Panels with industry experts 
  • Job interview skills training

The Baylor Career Center has five locations.
Sid Rich, West Wing
Foster, Suite 150
Rogers, Suite 311
Baylor Science Building, Room E128
Garland School of Social Work, Room 130